The dating site Ok Cupid confessed to experimenting with user matches, misleading them to believe they were compatible with people they weren't.
These users said they now know why some dates were "a complete nightmare." This might be the explanation for your last bad date.
Matches are identified by your profile and your responses to a series of fun questions generated by other members.
Each match question is made up of four parts:the question, the answers you’re willing to accept from your matches, a rating of how important the answer is to you, and an optional explanation of your response.
Dating website Ok Cupid purposefully set up bad matches to see how people would behave.
The site was unapologetic about the experiments, despite controversy over Facebook's study to test if it could manipulate users' emotions."Ok Cupid doesn't really know what it's doing," wrote Ok Cupid president Christian Rudder in a blog post Monday.
I tell all my single guy friends to watch out for online dating.